Titanic (2012– )
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Episode #1.1 

Hugh,the earl of Manton,and his snobbish wife Louisa set sail on the 'Titanic' for New York,where Hugh has business. Their daughter Georgiana, a fervent suffragette just released from jail,... See full summary »




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Hugh,the earl of Manton,and his snobbish wife Louisa set sail on the 'Titanic' for New York,where Hugh has business. Their daughter Georgiana, a fervent suffragette just released from jail,accompanies them. On the train to Southampton the trio meet Hugh's lawyer Irishman John Batley and his vocal wife Muriel,who despises her husband's subservience to the aristocracy,as well as the aristocracy itself, and a tea party on board the 'Titanic'ends in an argument between the two wives. Barnes,the earl's valet,and Mabel Watson,Louisa's maid,are served dinner with the servants of other first class passengers by stewardess Annie Desmond and Barnes upsets Mabel by tearing a book of Aesop's fables given her by her father when she was a child. Georgiana befriends Harry Widener,scion of a wealthy Philadelphia family, and the two witness the over-protective attitude to her baby charge by Alice Cleaver,nanny to the Allison family.Louisa's aloofness extends to condemning film actress Dorothy Gibson ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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Initial view of the Titanic (showing cyclist on the dock) suggests the boat is moored on its starboard side, the bow being visible. Subsequent shots indicate the boat to be moored on its port side, the stern being visible. The boat is also shown disembarking, its port having been moored at the quay. See more »


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Jenna-Louise Coleman steals the so far poor show
27 March 2012 | by (Lithuania) – See all my reviews

Greetings from Lithuania.

I love 1997 "Titanic", i thing it's an amazing movie. I'm a Titanic buff, i've read a lot of stuff about this ship, the tragedy and so on. I watched the first episode with an open mind. And i'm disappointed. It's clear that creators didn't have a lot of money of creating it, and you can feel that. Good actor Toby Jones had only a couple of minutes, and he clearly didn't new what to do in this show. BUT there is one surprisingly good performance in this show so far, and it's Jenna-Louise Coleman. She was totally unknown for me so far, but she did the best job in the first episode. Sadly, she only appeared for couple of minutes and but i will looking forward to see her in the next episodes. What a beautiful and talented actress!

Overall, the first episode wasn't anything special, but, it's quite nice stuff for what it is.

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